When the Clouds do NOT Cooperate
Just about every landscape photographer would be able to agree that the weather will not always cooperate with you. In my instance, I specifically hiked to a location to replicate a sunset photograph that I had taken last year. I have recently purchased a better lens meant for landscape photography and wanted to try it out but the clouds did not cooperate. All day the sun was shining with very minimal cloud coverage but when I go out to get the photograph I want the clouds start to roll in as if they know what I want.
When this happens it's good to have a back up plan. So luckily I had my 70-200mm lens with me and could get some shots of the geese that favor this particular location. Geese are not exactly the hardest animal to photograph. Since these geese are frequently fed by people they have absolutely no fear of us and as a result I was able to be within 5 feet of them while photographing them.
Has the weather ever ruined your photo plans? If so comment and let me know about it.
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I am a family portrait and real estate photographer based out of Akron and Canton Ohio. I love what I do and enjoy sharing my knowledge and experiences to those who care. Throughout this blog you can read all about my photographic adventures whether its from a current body of work or vacations with my family.
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